Old Blacksmith’s Arms is a substantial period property which comprises the main family home and two adjoining holiday cottages set within half an acre of gardens located in the North York Moors National Park.
The property was formerly the village pub and was converted into a residential home in the 1970s, with the current owners doing the majority of the refurbishment in the 1990s and converting agricultural buildings into the holiday cottages.
The main family home comprises two reception rooms with open fires and exposed wooden beams to the ceilings, a traditional country kitchen with a utility, five bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room all benefitting from having gas central heating and double-glazing throughout.
The two adjoing cottages are of a similar design with an open plan kitchen/lounge and bathroom downstairs and a double bedroom with a separate wc upstairs both benefit from having their own separate services with gas central heating and double-glazing throughout.
The cottages provide an attractive income and would be suited to a similar commercial venture or provide flexible annexe accommodation to the main house for relatives or guests.
Outside there are generous gardens which amount to half an acre and comprise a gravelled terraced patio area overlooking the ornamental pond and planted garden.
To the rear of the plot there is a kitchen garden and greenhouses which offer the possibility of a smallholding. There is also a detached garage/workshop and other outbuildings.
This property is located between Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay and is ideal for the tourist trade.
We highly recommend internal viewing to fully appreciate the scale of this property and its idyllic setting.
For more details contact Jacksons Property Service on 01947 606111.